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EPoX Computer today disclosed details about its graphics cards lineup that is reaching the retail all around the world. The firm’s graphics cards business seems to be pretty solid, as the company offers two series of graphics cards – for budget-minded customers and OEMs along with product family for gamers and enthusiasts.

Taiwan-based EPoX is mostly renowned for its high-quality mainboards intended for overclockers. However, the firm decided to broaden the range of its products in order to satisfy customers’ growing need in getting fully-integrated product portfolio from mainboards and barebones to add-in cards. Currently the firm offers small form-factor PC barebones, industrial computers, mainboards, graphics cards and even Bluetooth products.

EPoX today unleashed two graphics cards products series: EM and EF. The EM represents a family of cost-effective devices that deliver fundamental features you would expect from a graphics card, such as 2D, DVD and enough 3D power to play some not really demanding three-dimensional computer games. The EF series currently involves DirectX 9.0-compliant NVIDIA GeForce FX GPUs and is designed to fulfill the needs of gamers with different budgets.

Take a look at the full list of graphics cards from EPoX:

  • EM440 – NVIDIA GeForce4 MX440-8 GPU, 64MB DDR SDRAM  memory;
  • EM4000 - NVIDIA GeForce4 MX4000 GPU, 128MB DDR SDRAM memory;
  • EF595U – NVIDIA GeForce FX 5950 Ultra, 256MB DDR SDRAM memory;
  • EF570 – NVIDIA GeForce FX 5700, 128MB DDR SDRAM memory;
  • EF560X – NVIDIA GeForce FX 5600 XT, 128MB DDR SDRAM memory;
  • EF520 – NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200, 128MB DDR SDRAM memory.

The novelties are projected to be available shortly. Pricing may vary.


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